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  1. EWS : Missing Ratings & Risk Page Data

    Commentary

    Sat, 19 Apr 2014

    can you check to find out why there is still no data in most of the fields on the Ratings & Risk pages for the Singapore etf EWS ? It disappeared in September (at least that's when I first noticed it) and seven months later, is still missing. I've

  2. SGF (Aberdeen Singapore) vs. EWS (ETF)

    Commentary

    Wed, 15 Jan 2014

    Opinions appreciated on these.  Next dip in Asia I plan to buy; will defer reasons/ analysis to another thread.  Both funds own about 30 stocks, mainly from the STI.  The CEF charges 3x the expense; it has a constant -10% discount yet has a much smaller yield than the ETF, which is odd.  Aberdeen

  3. EWS missing data

    Commentary

    Thu, 26 Sep 2013

    EWS has been missing ratings and up-down capture figures going back at least a month. The Sharpe/Sortino/S.D. field has data

  4. From Barron’s, April 1, 2013 (Part 1)

    Commentary

    Sat, 30 Mar 2013

    IBEX35 -4.9% for the week]. One advisor muses, buy thick mattresses. Pg M7, Asia: Singapore stocks have been lagging, EWS +13% in 2012 [vs. Thai THD +29% , Philippines EPHE +45% ]. This is due to a shift in policy from high-growth, high

  5. From Barron’s, September 17, 2012 (Part 2)

    Commentary

    Sat, 15 Sep 2012

    more venturesome, there is emerging-market DEM (4% yield), Spain EWP (10% yield!; payout 100%+!!), Singapore EWS (3.6% yield; +25% YTD), Turkey TUR (2.1% yield; +39% YTD). Pg 36: The great recession of 2008-09 ended in

  6. Preparing for Higher Rates

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    Thu, 28 Jul 2011

    iShares S&P Global Technology Sector Index Fund (IXN) iShares MSCI Germany Index Fund (EWG) iShares MSCI Singapore Index Fund ( EWS ) Tail Risk #1 Loss of confidence in US. Long-term rates go up Equities Intermediate- and long

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